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Somewhere to stay

Stay locally and make a weekend (or week) of it; there’s so much to see and do!

With Offa’s Dyke and the Three Castles Walk running through the farm and the Brecon Beacons on our doorstep, this is a mecca for walkers, castle-spotters and lovers of the great outdoors.

Or if you fancy something a little more indulgent, there’s always The Walnut Tree, 1861, The Crown at Whitebrook, The Bell at Skenfrith or The Hardwick – to name just a few of our local eateries (Michelin stars a-plenty!)

So why not take some “you” time to relax, explore and recharge your batteries?  Here’s just a selection of our great local accommodation:

Here at Great Tre-rhew!

We may be able to offer you self-catering accommodation in the main farmhouse; please contact us to check details and availability.

Clare’s Cottage, Bryn-Y-Gwenin

Owned by Jim’s sister Clare and surrounded by the fields of our other family farm, Skirrid, you’ll get fabulous views of the Skirrid Mountain from here. or 01873 857478.

‘Wind in the Willows’ Caravan, Llanvetherine

The actual gipsy caravan used for the film of Wind in the Willows; now renovated and offered as accommodation by our great friends Sarah & Nick.

Seven Hills Hideaway, Llanvetherine

Luxury glamping in stunning safari lodges on a 16th century family farm.  Francesca grew up here, spent some years in Kenya and has now recreated just a little bit of the glamorous ‘safari’ lifestyle back home in Monmouthshire.

Church Cottage Caravan & Camping, Llanvetherine

You can walk over the fields to Kate’s Country School from this lovely family run site in our local village of Llanvetherine.

The Old Post Office, Llangattock Lingoed

A luxury Airbnb room for 2 guests, with en-suite, dressing room, private sitting room and cooked breakfast if required.

The Hunter’s Moon Inn, Llangattock Lingoed

Jim’s favourite watering hole, this lovely 13th century country inn is a great local pub serving good food too.

The Old Rectory, Llangattock Lingoed

Next to the beautiful St Cadoc’s Church and just a stone’s throw from The Hunter’s Moon.

The Angel Hotel, Abergavenny

Beautifully restored Georgian coaching-inn and Abergavenny’s main hotel; afternoon tea here is an experience not to be missed!

Beautiful cottages in the wonderful Welsh mountains and beyond.

Blaentrothy Cottages

A selection of cottages hand-picked by Caroline and Rory for their unique qualities and wonderful locations.

The owners or managers of these sites are all known to us personally, but that doesn’t mean they’ll be right for you, so please check out other options at:

Wherever you choose, we hope you have a great stay!

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